It wouldn't be Memorial Day weekend in Suwanee if it didn't start with a performance of military marches and patriotic tunes.
One way to make Memorial Day more significant for your family is to spent time visiting some of the state's historic sites as a way to honor the nation's military sacrifices.
The Larry Barker Quartet is the last of five featured performers in the Evenings Of Intimate Jazz at The Arts Council Smithgall Arts Center.
Art in a variety of forms will be celebrated, demonstrated, exhibited, performed and savored Saturday at the Arts in the Park festival at Suwanee's Town Center Park.
This weekend, put down the Kindle and the Nook and buy a book. For a good cause, of course.
The North Georgia Chamber Symphony has scheduled a series of spring concerts in Northeast Georgia cities today through Saturday.
The African American Heritage Site will hold the fourth annual Folk Life Festival from 10 .a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday on the campus of the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
This Friday, Gainesville will once again welcome acclaimed bluegrass duo Dailey & Vincent with a concert at the Georgia Mountains Center.
If there was a roof on the amphitheater at Brenau University, it just might get blown off with the rocking good time planned for the venue Friday.
This weekend, Lake Lanier will be flooded with thousands of ducks.
Legendary blues singer Francine Reed will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 12, at the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association theater.
"Flights of Fancy," Elachee's annual spring benefit event, is set for 6:30-9 p.m. Friday, May 11, on the outdoor patio at Elachee Nature Science Center.
The beauty of the hand-hooked rug will be on display in "Off the Hook - Exploring Our Rug Hooking Heritage," which runs through June 30 in the Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center, 2020 Clean Water Drive in Buford.
Gainesville High School Band members have decided to use their annual spring concert as a once-in-a-lifetime tribute for one of their own.
The Man in Black is back - or, at least, the next best thing.
Goods from more than 80 merchants from six states will pack the Gainesville Civic Center to help local residents check off their holiday shopping lists.
While young trick-or-treaters take over towns Friday night, residents 21 and older can steal away to the North Georgia mountains after Halloween to sip some spirits at the second annual Unicoi Wine Festival.
Students at Piedmont College are planning to scare Demorest residents in some favorite ways.
What's more American than a cowboy fighting for the love of farm girl who is also sought after by an unsavory ranch hand? The answer lies in the Gainesville Theatre Alliance's newest production.
More than 20 wild characters will fling back the curtains from their homes and let theater-goers see the hilarity of living in a small town.
Finding functional as well as decorative party pieces perfect for the home sometimes proves to be a difficult task. But learning to make those pieces will solve the problem.
While Christmas is eight weeks away, those wanting to create homemade crafts for the house can try out a craft class in Sautee Nacoochee.
Singing without music is a talent one group excels at and plans to show off in concert.
Internationally known soprano, Indra Thomas, will open the 2014-2015 Marvelous Music Concert Series next weekend at First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville.
Fresh off his debut at the Grand Ole Opry, country singer John King returns home for a Nov. 2 concert at Piedmont College called "Homegrown."
Notes of "Sing Unto Zion: The Brahms Requiem" will rise and fall in tempo as the Voices of North Georgia performs its fall concert.
Every Halloween for almost 20 years, children have descended on downtown Gainesville for Trick-or-Treat on the Square and this year will be no different.
Among the numerous festivals budding across Flowery Branch this fall season, the LakeView Art Center will hold the annual 'Fall in Love with Art' festival Nov. 1.
A festival filled with vintage, salvage and rustic treasures will occupy downtown Braselton for a three-day festivity.
First comes the arrival of fall, starting with the official date followed by the dropping temperature. Next is the arrival of many fall festivals and the city of Cornelia is no different.